Two Polish men sentenced to prison and deportation for stealing 32 bicycles

Two men, aged 24 and 28, both Polish nationals, were sentenced at Sønderborg Court each to three months of unconditional imprisonment and six years expulsion for the theft of 32 bicycles.

Source: Danish Police

Two convicted and deported (to Poland and Morocco) for document forgery at border

53-year-old man sentenced to one year and three months imprisonment and an additional fine of 1,450,000 kroner for storing almost 2.5 million illegal cigarettes from Poland (our Mexico)

45-year-old Polish male sentenced to prison and deportation

Two Polish nationals remanded in custody in case of stolen bikes

45-year-old Polack extradited and remanded in custody in major theft case

40-year-old Polish woman arrested for smuggling 20 kilos of hashish

Two men and one woman from Funen were convicted in a case of illegal import and sale of at least 55 puppies from Poland.

Six men convicted in giant cigarette smuggling case from Eastern Europe

Polish truck driver hides magnet in underpants

46-year-old sentenced to imprisonment and million fine in large smuggling case (from Poland).

The Copenhagen police want to warn Polish invaders against Polish trick thieves who pretend to be from the police.

The immediate ruling led to 12 years of imprisonment and expulsion from Denmark

Polish truck driver convicted and expelled less than 24 hours after arrest

Six Polish men indicted for 1.3 million kroner of theft of Lego

Judgment in unusual case of amphetamine production on Funen

Lithuanian, Bulgarian and Polish criminals stopped at the border

Travelling bands of criminal foreigners a major headache for Denmark!

Poland is the country where most immigrants come from in UK, Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and number two in Germany.

Five Polish killers urinated on their victim as one attacker put his foot on the beaten man’s broken chest to pose for ‘trophy’ picture after luring him to his death.

Four men who punched and stamped on Polish girl, 17, saying she ‘deserved to be killed’ for dating an Englishman, beat her boyfriend and stabbed his father in the leg outside their own home are jailed for 10 years.

Polish thieves convicted for stealing ashes of baby twins during London burglary spree.

Polish national Masierak, 31, of Evesham, Worcestershire, was found guilty earlier this month of eight counts of causing death by dangerous driving and four counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Murder suspect is arrested in his native Poland (our Mexico)

Polackistan career criminal Robert Chodyra punched and raped his terrified victim during a three-hour ordeal of ‘cruel, sadistic, prolonged, repeated torture’.

Homeless Poles and Latvian take Home Office to High Court to fight government decision to deport Europeans they find sleeping rough in UK.

Influx of Eastern European killers and conmen is putting a financial burden on UK courts.

Racist Polish sisters who savagely attacked Britons SPARED JAIL.

Oxfordshire fishery bans Polish and Eastern European fisherman.

North Korean forced labourers had contracted to build Danish inspection ship in Poland.

Pole plunders Sacred Burial mounds

Keep your eyes peeled for petty crime while “enjoying” the sights of Polackistan.

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

 

Romania has requested that one of its nationals be arrested and extradited for prosecution

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In an international arrest warrant, Romania has requested that one of its nationals be arrested and extradited for prosecution in his home country for enrichment offences. In connection with the 57-year-old’s stay in Denmark, he has used false documents against both the police and Skanderborg Municipality and he is now now also charged with forgery of documents.

Source: Danish Police

Two Romanians jailed and deported for shoplifting in Jutland

Two Romanians are being held on trial for large-scale theft of tools

Two Romanian nationals Convicted and Expelled for Abusing Elderly People’s Credit Card.

Three Romanian nationals remanded in custody for blasting an ATM

Romanians convicted of burglary in several villages

Three Romanian men arrested after thefts at Mors

Romanians sentenced to prison and deported after computer thefts

49-year-old Romanian sentenced to prison and deportation for trick theft, data fraud and theft.

Two Romanian men broke into a construction market in Hune and stole expensive tools. A few days later, arrested in around Skive, suspected of burglary.

Four Romanian criminals sentenced a total of 10 years in prison for 17 burglaries

Romanian extradited and convicted of trick theft

Drunk Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for negligent manslaughter

44-year-old male from Romania sentenced to four months of unconditional imprisonment and expelled from Denmark.

Four Romanians arrested for burglaries committed throughout West Denmark

Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for attempted intrusion

Three Romanian citizens, in custody, charged with the theft.

Travelling bands of criminal foreigners a major headache for Denmark!

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

About Alexa and Echo

Amazon Alexa, also known simply as Alexa, is a virtual assistant AI technology developed by Amazon, first used in the Amazon Echo smart speakers developed by Amazon Lab126. It is capable of voice interaction, music playback, making to-do lists, setting alarms, streaming podcasts, playing audiobooks, and providing weather, traffic, sports, and other real-time information, such as news. Alexa can also control several smart devices using itself as a home automation system. Users are able to extend the Alexa capabilities by installing “skills” (additional functionality developed by third-party vendors, in other settings more commonly called apps such as weather programs and audio features).

Most devices with Alexa allow users to activate the device using a wake-word (such as Alexa or Amazon); other devices (such as the Amazon mobile app on iOS or Android and Amazon Dash Wand) require the user to push a button to activate Alexa’s listening mode, although, some phones also allow a user to say a command, such as “Alexa” or “Alexa wake”. Currently, interaction and communication with Alexa are available only in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, and Hindi. In Canada, Alexa is available in English and French (with the Quebec accent). 

As of November 2018, Amazon had more than 10,000 employees working on Alexa and related products. In January 2019, Amazon’s devices team announced that they had sold over 100 million Alexa-enabled devices. 

In September 2019, Amazon launched many new devices achieving many records while competing with the world’s smart home industry. The new Echo Studio became the first smart speaker with 360 sound and Dolby sound. Other new devices included an Echo dot with a clock behind the fabric, a new third-generation Amazon Echo, Echo Show 8, a plug-in Echo device, Echo Flex, Alexa built-in wireless earphones, Echo buds, Alexa built-in spectacles, Echo frames, an Alexa built-in Ring, and Echo Loop.

Read more here at Wikipedia

Privacy concerns 

In early 2018, security researchers managed to turn an Echo into a spy device by creating a malicious Alexa Skill that could record unsuspecting users and send the transcription of their conversations to an attacker.

In November 2018, Amazon sent 1700 recordings of an American couple to an unrelated European man. The incident proves that Alexa records people without their knowledge. Although the man who received the recordings reported the anomaly to Amazon, the company did not notify the victim until German magazine c’t also contacted them and published a story about the incident. The recipient of the recordings contacted the publication after weeks went by following his report with no response from Amazon (although the company did delete the recordings from its server). When Amazon did finally contact the man whose recordings had been sent to a stranger, they claimed to have discovered the error themselves and offered him a free Prime membership and new Alexa devices by way of apology.

Amazon blamed the incident on “human error” and called it an “isolated single case.” However, in May 2018 an Alexa device in Portland, Oregon, recorded a family’s conversation and sent it to one of their contacts without their knowledge. The company dismissed the incident as an “extremely rare occurrence” and claimed the device “interpreted background conversation” as a sequence of commands to turn on, record, send the recording, and select a specific recipient.

Alexa has been known to listen in on private conversations and store personal information which was hacked and sent to the hacker. Although Amazon has announced that this was a rare occurrence, Alexa shows the dangers of using technology and sharing private information with robotics.

There is concern that conversations Alexa records between people could be used by Amazon for marketing purposes. Privacy experts have expressed real concern about how marketing is getting involved in every stage of people’s lives without users noticing. This has necessitated the creation of regulations that can protect users’ private information from technology companies.

A New Hampshire judge ruled in November 2018 that authorities could examine recordings from an Amazon Echo device recovered from the home of murder victim Christine Sullivan for use as evidence against defendant Timothy Verrill. Investigators believe that the device, which belonged to the victim’s boyfriend, could have captured audio of the murder and its aftermath.

During the Chris Watts interrogation/interview video at timestamp 16:15:15, Watts was told by the interrogator, “We know that there’s an Alexa in your house, and you know those are trained to record distress,” indicating Alexa may send recordings to Amazon if certain frequencies and decibels (that can only be heard during intense arguments or screams) are detected.

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Amazon Echo (shortened to Echo) is a brand of smart speakers developed by Amazon. Echo devices connect to the voice-controlled intelligent personal assistant service Alexa, which will respond when you say “Alexa”. Users may change this wake word to “Amazon”, “Echo” or “Computer”. The features of the device include: voice interaction, music playback, making to-do lists, setting alarms, streaming podcasts, and playing audiobooks, in addition to providing weather, traffic and other real-time information. It can also control several smart devices, acting as a home automation hub. The smart speaker needs to use Wi-Fi to connect to Internet, there is no Ethernet port.

According to confirmed reports, Amazon started developing Echo devices inside its Lab126 offices in Silicon Valley and in Cambridge, Massachusetts as early as 2010. The device represented one of first attempts to expand its device portfolio beyond the Kindle e-reader. The Echo featured prominently in Amazon’s first-ever Super Bowl broadcast television advertisement in 2016. 

Amazon initially limited the first-generation Echo to Amazon Prime members or by invitation, but it became widely available in the United States on June 23, 2015. The press speculated that it would make its Canadian debut in mid-to-late 2016, after Amazon posted job listings for developers for Alexa and co-hosted a hackathon in Toronto. The Echo became available in the United Kingdom on 28 September 2016. Additionally, the Alexa voice service is available to be added to other devices, and Amazon encourages other companies’ devices and services to connect to it.

Read more here at Wikipedia

Privacy concerns

There are concerns about the access Echo has to private conversations in the home, or other non-verbal indications that can identify who is present in the home and who is not—based on audible cues such as footstep-cadence or radio/television programming.  Amazon responds to these concerns by stating that Echo only streams recordings from the user’s home when the “wake word” activates the device, though the device is technically capable of streaming voice recordings at all times, and in fact will always be listening to detect if a user has uttered the word.

Echo uses past voice recordings the user has sent to the cloud service to improve response to future questions the user may pose. To address privacy concerns, the user can delete voice recordings that are currently associated with the user’s account, but doing so may degrade the user’s experience using voice search. To delete these recordings, the user can visit the “Manage My Device” page on Amazon.com or contact Amazon customer service. In May 2018, it was reported that an Echo device had sent a recorded conversation to an acquaintance of a user who did not intend for this to happen. Amazon apologized and conjectured that one part of the conversation had been misinterpreted as a command to distribute it. 

Echo uses an address set in the Alexa companion app when it needs a location. Amazon and third-party apps and websites use location information to provide location-based services and store this information to provide voice services, the Maps app, Find Your Device, and to monitor the performance and accuracy of location services. For example, Echo voice services use the user’s location to respond to the user’s requests for nearby restaurants or stores. Similarly, Echo uses the user’s location to process the user’s mapping-related requests and improve the Maps experience. All information collected is subject to the Amazon.com Privacy Notice.

Amazon retains digital recordings of users’ audio spoken after the “wake up word”, and while the audio recordings are subject to demands by law enforcement, government agents, and other entities via subpoena, Amazon publishes some information about the warrants it receives, the subpoenas it receives, and some of the warrant-less demands it receives, allowing customers some indication as to the percentage of illegal demands for customer information it receives.

Echo as criminal evidence 

During the course of the investigation into the November 22, 2015 death of Victor Collins in the home of James Andrew Bates in Bentonville, Arkansas, police sought the data stored on the Amazon Echo on the premises as evidence, but were refused by Amazon. The conflict was resolved when Bates consented to the release of his personal information that was held by the company. 

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Sports Entertainment — The Z Blog

Vermont Folk Troth

Last week, the Wisconsin athletic director sent out a letter to supporters that the university would lose 60-70 million dollars this year due to the reduction in football games being played in the fall. If the season is cancelled, the losses will top 100 million just for the fall. That may be an exaggeration, but there is no question that a cancellation of the college football season will cost the big-time college programs tens of millions in revenue. It is a billion-dollar industry.

ZeroHedge pointed out that ESPN has a billion dollars in ad space to sell for this fall’s college football season. They also have ad space for other sports as well, but college football is the prime mover of ad space. It is unlikely that ad buyers will want to buy ads when ESPN is running replays of card games this fall. ESPN’s primary income stream is mandatory…

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Judge Orders Patreon To Pay Owen Benjamin Fans Millions of Dollars In Massive Blow to Tech Censorship

Owen Benjamin and his fans have prevailed in their legal battle with Patreon.

According to reporting by Mike Cernovich, the Judge in the case has finalized a ruling ordering Patreon to pay at least $10,000 in arbitration fees to Benjamin and 100 of his fans.

Patreon banned alt comedian Benjamin for his political views last year. When Benjamin and his fans opened up arbitration over tortious interference in accordance to Patreon’s Terms of Service, the tech giant changed its rules in the middle of the dispute and counter-sued to intimidate the complainants.

Read more here at National Justice

Owen Benjamin Vs Patreon: Dissident Comedian Set To Deal Massive Blow To Big Tech Censors.

U.S. State Department To Demand Reparations On Behalf Of Jews For Holocaust AND Jewish Communism

The U.S. State Department on Wednesday announced that it had completed the Justice for Uncompensated Survivors Today (JUST) Act report to Congress on progress countries have made on the restitution or compensation to Jews for property ‘wrongfully’ seized during the Holocaust and also Communism:

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered remarks on the occasion, saying that “the legacy of the Nazis’ mass looting and subsequent Communist-era nationalizations […] remains largely unaddressed in too many places.”

Read more here at Christians For Truth

Fox steals over 100 shoes in Berlin

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A fox has stolen around 100 shoes from people’s homes in Berlin’s southwestern Zehlendorf neighborhood, according to local media reports.

All types of footwear had started disappearing from outside homes in the district, including slippers and sandals as well as sneakers, before the unlikely thief was unmasked by local resident Christian Meyer.

Meyer initially noticed his running shoes had disappeared and posted an inquiry on Germany’s community noticeboard-sharing platform Nebenan.de, reported Berlin newspaper Tagesspiegel.

After posting, it became apparent that his were not the only shoes to have vanished in the area.

Read more here at DW